The worst and favorite landings I have ever enjoyed were strong cross wind landings- As a teenager, I got the front right seat on a Navaho into Nassau- We took a crosswind runway to beat traffic and what a ride! We must have been near max cross wind, the conversion was not smooth and the stall buzzer was blazing the last 10 feet down as we slammed into the runway through an over killed flair- As an aviation buff, I loved every second, but my family in the back were petrified.
My second favorite was a couple of years ago on Midway F100 from RDU to BOS- Once again, it looks like we took the route to the front of the line with a heavy crosswind, and it was absolutely fantastic- The windward wing kept rising, and the pilot kept dumping it and I was having a ball- I felt a tap on my shoulder and one of my associates who doesn't like flying as much as I do wanted to know if we were about to crash
I told him what was going on and that this was SOP for a strong cross wind- He remained green all the way down, and visibility was so low that I could first see the runway when we touched down.
I know that these landings were straightforward for those in the front seats, but for a wanna be that has never had the yoke in anything close to max cross winds, these were great learning experiences.